Cannes Cine-club and Cine see and watch sessions

Cannes Cinema Program

Cine-club and Cine see and watch sessions

J’accuse

Cine see and review with the GIP Cannes Bel Age
By Roman Polanski
France, Italy, 2019, 2:12

Monday October 19 – 2:30 p.m. – Alexandre III
Thursday October 22 – 2:30 p.m. – Miramar

During the 12 years that it lasted, the Dreyfus Affair tore France apart, causing a veritable earthquake all over the world.

In this immense scandal, undoubtedly the biggest of the end of the XIXth century, mingle miscarriage of justice, denial of justice and anti-Semitism. The case is told from the point of view of Colonel Picquart who, once appointed head of counterintelligence, will discover that the evidence against Captain Alfred Dreyfus had been fabricated.

From that moment on, and at the risk of his career and then his life, he will never stop identifying the real culprits and rehabilitating Alfred Dreyfus.

Prices: from 4.50 € to 2.50 €

 

En avant

Mercredis des Petits and as part of the P’tits Cannes à You festival – Recommended from 6 years old
By Dan Scanlon
USA, 2020, 1h42

Wednesday, October 21 – 3 p.m. – Miramar

In the suburbs of an imaginary universe, two elf brothers embark on an extraordinary quest to find out if there is still any magic left in the world.

Prices: € 2.50

2020/2021 SEASON CATALOG

 

Online Dating

Film professionals talk to film students about their profession and their experiences. We meet you every Monday with a new video and in the meantime, here are our latest publications with Brigitte Fossey, actress and Fadette Drouard, screenwriter:

Forward The Premieres:

The opening night of this festival will take place on the occasion of the Thursdays of Cannes Cinema on October 22 with two Iranian films which will be announced to you shortly.

In the meantime, discover the program of the festival at Les Arcades cinema below:

Friday 10/23 at 7:30 p.m. at Les Arcades cinema

The Origin Of The World (comedy)

By Laurent Lafitte
With Laurent Lafitte, Karin Viard, Vincent Macaigne

(France, 1h38, Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival 2020)

Jean-Louis realizes on his way home that his heart has stopped. Not a single beat in his chest, no pulse, nothing. Yet he is conscious, he talks, he moves. Is he still alive? Is he already dead? Neither his veterinarian friend Michel nor his wife Valérie can find an explanation for this strange phenomenon.

Saturday 24/10 at 7:30 p.m. at the cinema Les Arcades

16 SPRING (drama)
By Suzanne Lindon
With Suzanne Lindon, Arnaud Valois, Dominique Besnehard

(France, 1h16, Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival 2020)

Suzanne is sixteen years old. She’s bored with people her age. Every day to go to high school, she walks past a theater. There she meets an older man who becomes her obsession. Thanks to their age difference, they think they are no longer bored together and fall in love. But Suzanne feels that she risks missing out on her life, that of her sixteenth birthday, which she had so much trouble living like the others.

This screening will be done in the presence of the director

 

Saturday 24/10 at 10:30 am at the cinema Les Arcades

Sweet France (documentary)
By Geoffrey Couanon

(France, 1h35)

Amina, Sami and Jennyfer are high school students in the Parisian suburbs, in the 93. On the initiative of 3 of their teachers, they embark on an unexpected investigation into a gigantic leisure park project which involves concreting the farmland near to home. them. But can you have the power to act on a territory when you are 17?

The screening will be followed by a debate

Sunday 10/25 at 7 p.m. at Les Arcades cinema

MEN (historical drama)
By Lucas Belvaux With Gérard Depardieu, Catherine Frot, Jean-Pierre Darroussin

(France, 1h41, Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival 2020)

They were called to Algeria at the time of the “events” in 1960. Two years later, Bernard, Rabut, February and others returned to France. They were silent, they lived their lives. But sometimes it only takes almost nothing, a birthday, a gift that fits in your pocket, for forty years later, the past bursts into the lives of those who thought they could deny it.

 

Events to come

If the wind drops

We are pleased to announce the preview of If the Wind Falls by Nora Martirosyan on Thursday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Arcades.

The film is part of the Cannes 2020 Official Selection and the ACID Cannes 2020 Selection.

This evening is organized in partnership with the Union of Armenians of Cannes and the surrounding area.

Price: € 6.5 per person

 

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